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A Sunday Social For The Jazz Age

Vintage cars are lined up along DHV’s Main Street. (Photo: James Bertsch)

Tucked away just south of downtown Dallas is a village frozen in time. But the historic buildings, the lush lawn, and the bandstand at Dallas Heritage Village at Old City Park came roaring to life Sunday afternoon for the Fourth Annual Jazz Age Sunday Social.

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Terrence Spectacle’s Drive Pushes Him Down ‘Lone Dirt Road’

Dallas hip-hop artist Terrence Spectacle is an artist who stands out for his lyricism and willingness to experiment with sound.

Hear Terrence Spectacle tell his story in the player at the top of the page. You can also read a portion of our Q&A below.

Spectacle’s first project was an EP titled “NuDallas.” The 2014 project was produced with local music collective... | Read More

‘Mexico’ Gets Modern At The DMA

“México 1900–1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde” is on view at the Dallas Museum of Art until July 16th.

The Dallas Museum of Art’s new exhibition “Mexico: 1900 to 1950” is turning into a major attraction. It features works from masters like Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo and contains nearly 200 works showcasing the widespread... | Read More

On The Road at SXSW: Conor Oberst

Songwriter Conor Oberst has now joined ranks with the other artists who’ve graced Austin’s famed Arlyn Studios, playing a stripped-down version of “A Little Uncanny” for our On The Road Crew.

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The Big Screen: Michael Irvin On Sports Movies

Former Dallas Cowboy Michael Irvin has maintained a public profile in retirement as an analyst for the NFL Network and even a contestant on “Dancing with the Stars.” This week, we talk with him about “Slamma Jamma,” a movie out Friday in which he plays a smarmy sports agent. And we ask him about some of his favorite sports... | Read More

Dallas Announces The Arrival Of Arts Month

For the past several years, the City of Dallas has spent one week in April celebrating the arts and art makers in the city. But on Wednesday, Mayor Mike Rawlings held a press conference to announce a change:

Interested in all of the events happening at Dallas Arts Month? Art&Seek has got you covered. Check out our 2017 Dallas Arts Month home page. 

“Those of you that have been... | Read More

A Look Ahead At The Week’s Art&Seek Picks

Got plans for this coming week? No? Then check out this week’s Art&Seek picks and you could see impassioned documentaries, riveting plays, listen to music that moves you, or check out new galleries and curious exhibitions.  Now,  you got plans.

Wednesday

It’s movie night at the Dallas Center for Photography. They’ll be screening the documentary “A Single... | Read More

On The Road at SXSW: Valerie June

We are back from South By Southwest, but the music goes on. KXT’s On The Road crew captured a pop up performance by blues queen Valerie June on the shores of Lady Bird Lake in Austin. Check her out playing “Shakedown.”

BONUS: Here’s Valerie’s performance at the Public Radio Day stage that was broadcasted live on KXT:

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On The Road at SXSW: Valerie June

We are back from South By Southwest, but the music goes on. KXT’s On The Road crew captured a pop up performance by blues queen Valerie June on the shores of Lady Bird Lake in Austin. Check her out playing “Shakedown.”

BONUS: Here’s Valerie’s performance at the Public Radio Day stage that was broadcasted live on KXT:

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Art&Seek Jr: Bravo! Can’t Miss Plays and Performances For Kids

I know it’s spring and the littles are just dying to get outside and romp, but here’s a reason you might want to stay inside this weekend. There’s some amazing theatrical performances out right now just for kids and teens out right now that make a weekend inside very worthwhile. Take a peek below at some performances on stage right now.

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